devilspie rocks ;-)
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devilspie rocks ;-)
Couldn't find devilspie forums, but a quick search in the Internet gave me the solution:
With Compiz, i have to use set_viewports instead of set_workspaces. Even Opera works ;-)
Thank you. That didn't solve the problem, but getting the application names correct at least gave me some progress:
$ xprop | grep ^WM_NAME
WM_NAME(STRING) = "[ubuntu] Devilspie...
Forgot to mention that I use unity w/ compiz. Maybe devilspie has a problem with compiz.
No , I hadn't. Looking at it has an interesting example of a 3-window setup. Unfortunately, no workspaces or an indication if they work in 12.04 :-(
I have installed valgrind to Ubuntu 12.04 x64. Also have gcc and gdb. My .valgrinrc file is:
I use ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Creating some startup windows and application. Read that devilspie can position them in the workspaces that I choose.
I use the following configuration file, devil.ds:
Yeap that did it. Many thanks also to Steeldriver, who first got it right ;-)
Not quiet :-(
$ uncompress manual3.il.Z
gzip: manual3.il.Z: not in gzip format
There used to be Unix utilities to handle .Z archives, compress & uncompress. Nowadays these default to gzip. :-(
Does anyone know how Ican get the original utilties (what package)? I have...
PS. Previous realease was 10.04 LTS...
Just finished upgrading to 12.04 LTS. Problem fixed :-)
Although I specify "Solid Colors" in my gnome-terminal preferences, the window is still partly transparent or "pseudo transparent" as it is called.
I find it confusing. I would like solid colors...
I didn't ask for the latest release of *any* library. Just a working one of libboost. When smt is faulty and the release is supported (like 12.04 LTS is) there should be a patch....
Yeap. that's exactly what I did. This thread is marked "Ubuntu 13.10 & Compiz" ;-) I wish only it didnt't have to take me 1 month before realizing I couldn't stay with 12.04 :-(
I actually asked in another thread "libboost 1.46 blues" in installation, if i could do anything about it, and didn't get any replies. I installed new libboost from sources in /usr/local/lib, but...
I actually didn't. It costed me ~1mo of working hard 80 hrs/week before discovering the issue. Much of the software that I use, refuses to build because of incompatible libboost version except that...
I just installed Ubuntu 13.10 x64. Until yesterday I had 12.04 LTS x64, but due to incompatibility with libboost had to change. It is a pity to have your flagship 12.04 using such a bad libboost...
I have x64 Ubuntu 12.04. The only libboost packages are a mix of libboost1.46 and libboost 1.48. They are depended, so i cannot get rid of the first, without getting rid of the second :-(
Switched to Clementine. Found peace of mind.:-)
Don't use Rhythmbox. it is buggy.
I got rid of the LVM problem. Had to also do a grub-install /dev/sda to populate correctly my /boot/grub directory. So I am left only with the UEFI issue. But that's another thread ;-)
Actually didn't work :(. There are a whole bunch of other files in /boot/grub, that reinstalling grub and kernel didn't help. Ended up witth an unbootable system with the warning "Very low graphics"...
Fixed it. From rescue environment used fdisk to delete and readd boot partition. Then formatted with ext2, mounted and reinstalled kernel and grub.
Doing a new installation of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64x. I do the partitioning myself, and asign a seperate partition for /boot with ext2 fs. When I try to reboot, grub stalls with error "Bad arch...
I have looked around for several hours trying to find a solution to this problem. This is my last attempt before changing the music player.
When i launch Rhythmbox, it starts scanning my drives....